Many Needs, One Earth
We are committed to people, parrots, and peace on this one earth through valuing and responding to the needs of the many....
Seeking to nourish one another we contribute to the flourishing of all.
We do this by connecting people to one another and to the Earth and her beings through conservation, ecojustice, and ecotourism.
One Earth Works To:
- Develop and energize comprehensive conservation plans that integrate the needs of businesses, animals, habitats, human inhabitants and future generations of all species
- Support, nourish, and train conservationists and their partners for increased effectiveness and joy through building relationships, fostering compassion, and growing awareness and understanding
- Connect people to one another and to the Earth and her beings through conservation, ecojustice, and ecotourism
We are committed to people, parrots, and peace on this one earth through the integration of the needs of the many into comprehensive, compassionate conservation strategies. Our goal is to support people and bring them together into international communities so that in the nourishing of one another we contribute to the flourishing of all. Specifically we do this by teaching Nonviolent Communication, gaining and distributing grants to in-country conservation teams, participating as field biologists and conservation veterinarians, providing nourishing networks to bring the people of the Americas together, and offering workshops, presentations, and tours.
LoraKim JoynerDirector, One Earth Conservation - One Earth Ministry
Current Positions of Rev. Dr. Joyner
· Director, One Earth Conservation and Ministry
· Director, Lafeber Conservation
· Certified Trainer Nonviolent Communication
· Right Relations Consultant, Unitarian Universalist (UU) Metro New York District
· Consultant for the Unitarian Universalist First Principle Project
· Coordinator, Unitarian Univeralist Animal Ministry Reverence for Life Program
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